The New Catholic Feminism

Part 20: The Triumph of the Feminine Genius Through Mary

The following is final installment of a 20-part series. Read the entire series at thedivinemercy.org/feminism.

Before we address the main topic of this final installment of our web series, it is important to look at a couple of examples of what I suggested last time: "the transformation [of our culture] can begin with each one of us, in the choices we make in how we choose to live each day."

Part 19: The Feminine Genius and a Civilization in Crisis

The following is part 19 of a 20-part series. Follow the series at thedivinemercy.org/feminism.

According to Pope St. John Paul II and the New Catholic Feminism that he initiated, women are called today to turn the world upside down: to upend the anti-life values that govern the technocratic, materialistic culture all around us. Genevieve Kineke puts this in historical perspective for us:

Part 17: Women and the Family

The following is part 17 of a 20-part series. Follow the series at thedivinemercy.org/feminism.

There can be little doubt that a majority of women, at some point in their lives, are called to the vocation of wife and mother in a family. Whether they interpret this as a call from God or not, most women naturally desire to do this, just as most men will seek one day to become husbands and fathers.

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